Somehow, text and web pages have increased in size on my Acer Aspire netbook screen. I have to use the scrollbar at bottom of windows to view stuff on the far left or right of screen. I've used "view" on IE's menu bar; tried to change the display, text size, but nothing changes. How can I fix this? I don't know wgat else to do.
What does having two hands have to do with making it more difficult with tapping off? I have two hands and only use one hand on the touch pad. I use my middle finger on the pad and my thumb on the button. It just drives me nuts to have things getting clicked all the time simply because I'm moving my finger around on the touch pad. But of course to each his own, that's why it can be disabled
#14. "RE: text and web page appearance on netbook screen" In response to MSU (Reply # 13)
Some computer maker--forget who--makes a laptop that has something called "palm guard" or something like that. It's supposed to prevent stray contact from hands executing actions.
And having one or two hands doesn't really have anything to do with a touchpad. My one-handed friend probably just touches her touchpad accidentally enough times that she grew to dislike the tapping feature,